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School Uniforms Could Earn Fla. Districts More Money
Florida districts could earn money if they make elementary and middle school students wear uniforms.
A state House panel last week approved a bill that would pay a district an extra $10 per student if it adopted a uniform policy.
Legislators backing the proposal say that uniforms could help improve school safety and minimize disciplinary problems because of distractions caused by clothing.
Vol. 34, Issue 24, Page 4Published in Print: March 18, 2015, as School Uniforms Could Earn Fla. Districts More Money